US forces aiding IS in Afghanistan, alleges Karzai
KABUL (92 News) – The Islamic State has emerged in Afghanistan in the past three to four years under the watch of US military and intelligence agencies, Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday.
In an interview the foreign media outlet, he said that the US is contact with Daesh and is supporting the terrorist outfit in Afghanistan.
The former Afghan president said: “I get daily reports by the Afghan people that unmarked military helicopters supply the IS in many parts of Afghanistan.”
He also claimed that the terror group has been able to spread its tentacles in the country just under the nose of the US forces and the powerful CIA.
Karzai said the Afghan extremism has grown stronger since the 9/11 terror attack in the US, despite spending billions of dollars in the war against terror.
“We don’t want our country to be bombed with huge, destructive weapons. We want peace,” he said.